AT-TAWWAB: The Oft-Forgiving

AT-TAWWAB (التواب) The Receiver of Repentance, The Provider of Repentance, The Guide to Repentance, The Ever-Relenting, The Oft-Forgiving, The Ever-Returning Arabic root From the root (ت و ب) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to return; to return to goodness, to repent; to be restored; to be rewarded for deeds; to be repeatedly summoned […]

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AL-MANI: The Withholder and AL-M’UTI: The Great Giver

AL-MĀNÍ (المانع) The Withholder, The Preventer, The Prohibiter, The Defender, The Protector Opposite name: AL-MÚṬĪ (المعطي) The Great Giver, The Giver, The Grantor, The Donor Arabic root From the root (م ن ع) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to prevent, hinder, hold back, restrain, deny; to impede, resist; to forbid, refuse, prohibit; to […]

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AL-QABID: The Withholder and AL-BASIT: The Releaser

AL-QĀBID (القابض) The Withholder, The Restrainer, The Constrictor, The Straightener Arabic root From the root (ق ب ض) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to take in the hand, clutch, lay hold of; to grasp, grip, seize, hold firmly; to have absolute ownership of something (hold in the hand); to give and take (hand […]

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